Mark Snyder

Title(s)Clinical Instructor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
SchoolUniversity of California, Davis
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    1. Estradiol and endocrine disrupting compounds adversely affect development of sea urchin embryos at environmentally relevant concentrations. Aquat Toxicol. 2005 Jan 26; 71(2):155-73. Roepke TA, Snyder MJ, Cherr GN. PMID: 15642640.
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    2. Molt cycle-dependent molecular chaperone and polyubiquitin gene expression in lobster. Cell Stress Chaperones. 2003; 8(3):258-64. Spees JL, Chang SA, Mykles DL, Snyder MJ, Chang ES. PMID: 14984059; PMCID: PMC514879.
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    3. Osmotic induction of stress-responsive gene expression in the lobster Homarus americanus. Biol Bull. 2002 Dec; 203(3):331-7. Spees JL, Chang SA, Snyder MJ, Chang ES. PMID: 12480723.
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    4. Thermal acclimation and stress in the American lobster, Homarus americanus: equivalent temperature shifts elicit unique gene expression patterns for molecular chaperones and polyubiquitin. Cell Stress Chaperones. 2002 Jan; 7(1):97-106. Spees JL, Chang SA, Snyder MJ, Chang ES. PMID: 11892992; PMCID: PMC514807.
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